Book now for the 3 biggest conferences of 2016
The start of the year means it’s the start of the conference season, and in the next few months there are three standout events that all Tamebay readers should consider attending.
The Delivery Conference – 2nd Feb 2016
In just three weeks time on the 2nd of February The Delivery Conference comes to town at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London.
Organised by shipping experts Metapack, The Delivery Conference has four key themes for 2016: The Age of Personalisation – Exploring consumer preferences through delivery; Going Global – Expanding ecommerce reach through cross border trade; The Transformation of Delivery – A snapshot into the future of delivery disruption; and Delivery Download – The latest information from carriers and delivery partners.
Book now to reserve your place, The Delivery Conference is free to attend for retailers.
Catalyst Connect – 20th April 2016
Catalyst Connect 2016 will be held at The Savoy, London’s most exclusive hotel on the 20th of April and is not to be missed. Hosted by ChannelAdvisor, Catalyst Connect has been tailored to help top brands, retailers and manufacturers thrive in the e-commerce. If you want to learn about recent e-commerce innovations, how they are affecting branded manufacturers and plan the most effective ways for your brand to reach more consumers online then this is the conference for you.
There are also international insights to help you expand your e-commerce approach to include new channels, new devices, new countries and practical e-commerce advice and tips with bespoke roundtable workshops lead by industry leaders.
Early bird registrations for Catalyst Connect are available at £99.00. This price will be held until the 31st January so book now before the price goes up closer to the conference.
Internet Retailing Expo / eDelivery Expo 27th – 28th April 2016
With 8 conference streams, 15 clinics, 20 workshops and over 300 exhibitors, Internet Retailing Expo is the biggest event of the year of anyone involved in online retail.
You’ll need two days to get around the Expo, especially as it’s sister eDelivery Expo takes place at the same time, focussing on home delivery, warehousing, click & collect and supply chain, with yet more conference streams, workshops and clinics.
Attendance is free for retailers, so reserve your place to be one of the 6,000 retailers who’ll be there.